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Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve Update 12.3 Released

Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve Update 12.3.1 has been released. The latest update improves the performance of H.264, H.265, OpenEXR, Varicam, MPEG4 and AVC on both Mac and Windows. It also adds new options for smaller font sizes on burn-ins, ARRI RAW sharpness, RED SDK v6.1 and more. For

How to Speed Up Your Workflow in DaVinci Resolve 12

Finding innovative new ways to simplify your workflow while editing and colour grading is always a welcomed approach. This way you will be able to deliver not only the same quality but you will also reduce significantly the time and effort to complete a certain editing or colour grading task. One

Working with the Sony FS7’s RAW DNGs in DaVinci Resolve 12

Just two days ago we’ve covered how to match the Sony FS7’s EVF appearance with the Odyssey 7Q+ monitor/recorder and today we’ll delve into working with the FS7 and the Odyssey7Q+ even further by introducing another excellent tutorial provided by Convergent Design. This time, we’ll walk you through the process

Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 11.3 Adds Sony XAVC-Intra Support

Blackmagic Design recently released the latest update to their premier colour grading software DaVinci Resolve 11.3. The latest update includes support for the flagship ARRI Alexa 65 and Panasonic V35 IDT cameras, new ACES 1.0 support, DNxHR MXF and Sony XAVC-Intra encoding enhancements as well as general

Isolating Colours and Stylizing Your Grade in DaVinci Resolve

DaVinci Resolve 11 is not only a true high-end colour correction software and full-feature editing platform, but also can be used for creating a plethora of stylised looks for your video. For example, you can quickly isolate and emphasise on different colours to create a more appealing look, set a different tone

CyberLink’s Entry-Level VFX & Audio Programs Pack a Punch

CyberLink has been producing entry-level post-production and DVD authoring apps for some time now, and are often overlooked as any kind of an option when taking your footage into the editing suite. While none of their programs are going to be dethroning anything in the Adobe or AVID

Colour Grading New Sony FS7 S-Log3 Footage

Modern digital camera and sensor technology have reached the point where now everyone can afford to shoot in high-quality codecs, such as the Raw and ProRes recording (now in all flavours) even on a $1,000 camera like the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. The sub-$10K market segment is extremely competitive with the

GH4 4K Color Correction In Adobe Camera Raw – Video Tutorial

For the photographers out there, you’re probably familiar with Adobe Camera Raw. Others, who come from mainly a video background, maybe a bit unfamiliar with the program. Adobe Camera Raw, or ACR as it’s commonly abbreviated in the photography/video world has recently been upgraded to support various